Tuesday Jan 27, 2015

Introducing the New Proactive Dynamic Events Calendar

Have you ever registered for a Proactive event e.g. webcast, but when the time arrives, there are other more pressing tasks to be completed....?  Of course, you have every intention of going back and replaying the recording after the event, but those tasks just keep piling up............and then you forget about it!   Do you miss out on events simply because you were not aware they were happening, and only find out when they are over?   

We'd like to introduce our new dynamic calendar tool - to help you plan in the future - and to help you not forget the past!  Our new, easy to use calendar provides dynamic links to future and past events.  Selecting a future event allows you to register for it.  Selecting a past event allows you to replay the recording.  Move from month to month with just a click!


Check this out - Get Proactive Dynamic Event Calendar Doc ID 125716.1

Thursday Aug 21, 2014

Use Oracle Product Hub Business Events to Integrate Additional Logic into Your Business Flows

Business events provide a mechanism to plug-in and integrate some additional business processes or custom code into standard business flows.  You could send a notification to a business User, write to advanced queues or perform some custom processes. In-built business events are available specifically for each flow like Item Creation, Item Updation, User-Defined Attribute Changes, Change Order Creation, Change Order Status Changes and others.

To get a list of business events, refer to the PIM implementation Guide or Using Business Events in PLM and PIM Data Librarian (Doc ID 372814.1) .

If you are planning to use business events, Doc ID 1074754.1 walks you through a setup with examples. How to Subscribe and Use Product Hub (PIM / APC) Business Events [Video] ? (Doc ID 1074754.1). Review the 'Presentation' section of Doc ID 1074754.1 for complete information and best practices to follow while implementing code for subscriptions. Learn things you might want to avoid, like commit statements for instance. Doc ID 1074754.1 also provides sample code for testing, and can be used to troubleshoot missing setups or frequently experienced issues. Take advantage and run a test ahead of time with the sample code to isolate any issues from within business specific subscription code.

Get more out of Oracle Product Hub by using Business Events!
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